How Do You Remove Scuff Marks From Tile Floors?
It’s difficult to avoid an occasional scuff mark on a tile floor. The culprit could be hard-sole shoes, furniture, even children’s toys. Removing them doesn’t require any special equipment or supplies. You probably already have what you need in your kitchen or utility room. Step 1 For small scuff marks, use an art eraser. Rub it back and forth until the mark disappears. Use a white or light-colored eraser; a pink eraser may leave a stain. Step 2 Cut a small cross in a tennis ball with a craft knife. Push the end of a broomstick into the cut and erase the scuff marks. This method is especially useful for large scuff marks. Step 3 Spray a small amount of WD-40 on a cloth and rub it into the scuff mark. Once the scuff mark is removed, wipe the area with a dry cloth. Step 4 Clean stubborn or large scuff marks with a non-scratch dish scrubber. Rub gently to prevent damaging the tile finish. Step 5 Spray a small amount of non-stick cooking spray on a soft cloth to wipe off the mark. Dry the